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Improving Forecasts for Socio-Ecological Systems Under Global Changes

Improving Forecasts for Socio-Ecological Systems Under Global Changes

(7-11 February 2022)

This workshop aims to challenge traditional boundaries to develop interdisciplinary and cross-scale frameworks for the next generation of forecasting systems.

How can we balance the needs of nature and people to derive scenarios for sustainable development?

How can we represent the complex processes and decision making in integrated socio-ecological models?

How can we make our research outcomes  speak to the people instead of just being about them?

To inspire and facilitate this dialogue, the workshop will explore local case studies as blueprints, from a magnificent venue in Conguillio National Park in Chile through various scales and teleconnections to other regions of the world. 


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